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Wednesday would involve domestic shopping, a vet trip and a brewery tour, luckily for us nothing outside as it has now decided to rain :-/ We pulled up outside what we thought was a vet and Neil and Rory bravely went in leaving us girls to defend the van. After no time at all Neil returned with a smile after successfully getting Rory's passport stamped for free with zero checks or problems. From the vets we moved on to find a discount Neto and enjoyed ...
... in the one particular terrace or cafe, not out on the grass.
The choice of saunas, pools, hot tubs and steam baths was good though, and I had a good massage.
And the views and fresh air were great. It was on a hill overlooking forests.
Also, I had forgotten my sunglasses so it was hard to read my book in the glaring (lovely) sun. The guy from reception was very friendly and lent me a pair of sunglasses from ...
We awoke late as we had nothing special to do before meeting Susan and Jamie at lunchtime. We had a leisurely breakfast in the hotel which was excellent. Marion had fun with the orange juice machine and another sprinkling of chocolate muesli – making the most of it before we leave for England in a few days.
We wandered over the road to the railway station to see what the times the trains for Cologne would be going ...
... which Marion took one mouthful of and discarded (David tasted it as well, and wasn’t impressed either). David’s cappuccino was not a lot better, but it was at least drinkable. Decaf seems to be much more readily available in Austria, whereas we are starting to wonder if, in Germany, the only places you can get decaf coffee is McDonalds and Starbucks.
By now our train was a little late, but ...
Aunty Gisi drove us to Paderborn airport for our flight to Paris. DURING the drive I wondered how Paris would be. I was disappointed to get the only seat without a window. I was given a deck of cards and we played snap. We had a second flight from Munich and I got a window seat this time and a magic trick set from the airline Lufthansa. We arrived at Paris, Charles de Gaul airport, where we waited for our transfer for 1 hour then we ...